You glanced at the clock; it was already half-past five. Most of the employees have trickled out by this time, but a few stay behind. KaibaCorp didn't pay overtime, but they didn't really require it, either. You worked until the job was done. If you were done by five you could go, but if you needed to finish up an assignment you were expected to stay as long as it took. Right now was fine, but during certain times of the year, this department could be so busy that plenty of people practically lived in the building. You hoped to have moved on by then.
In order to begin your work as Management Analyst, you needed to understand how Kaiba Corporation worked from the inside. Normally, you would just observe various departments to do this, but you figured that if they knew that an analyst was looking over their shoulders, all of the employees would be working as diligently as possible, skewing the results. So instead, Yamashita would make it known that the chosen MA